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Buttermilk honey panna cotta with sparkling lemon jelly


Serves: 6
timePrep time: 20 mins
timeTotal time:
Buttermilk honey panna cotta with sparkling lemon jelly
Recipe photograph by Dan Jones

Buttermilk honey panna cotta with sparkling lemon jelly


Serves: 6
timePrep time: 20 mins
timeTotal time:

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Nutritional information (per serving)
Calories
492Kcal
Fat
36gr
Saturates
22gr
Carbs
37gr
Sugars
37gr
Fibre
0gr
Protein
4gr
Salt
0.1gr

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Ingredients

For the jelly
  • 1 leaf Dr Oetker gelatine
  • 4 tbsp freshly squeezed lemon juice
  • 50g caster sugar
  • 4 tbsp chilled Prosecco (from a miniature bottle)
For the panna cotta
  • 4 leaves Dr Oetker gelatine
  • 175g clear honey, plus extra to drizzle
  • 1 x 300ml pot buttermilk
  • 400ml double cream

Step by step

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Make these 3 days in advance and store covered in the fridge. Turn out when you are ready to serve.
  1. Lightly oil 6 x 175ml mini pudding basins and place upside down to drain while you make the jelly. Soak the single sheet of gelatine in a bowl of cold water. Meanwhile heat the lemon juice and caster sugar in a small saucepan, stirring to dissolve. Squeeze the excess water from the gelatine and stir into the lemon mixture then set aside until cool and almost starting to set. Gently whisk in the chilled Prosecco, divide the jelly between the pudding moulds and chill for 2-3 hours until set.
  2. To make the panna cotta, soak the remaining gelatine leaves in cold water and heat the honey, buttermilk and cream together in a saucepan. When the honey has dissolved, bring the mixture just to a simmer then remove from the heat. Squeeze the excess water from the gelatine and whisk into the hot cream. Allow to cool to room temperature before pouring on top of the jellies; place in the fridge to set for at least 4 hours.
  3. To serve, dip the pudding moulds very briefly in hot water to loosen the panna cottas. Tip onto serving plates and decorate with a drizzle of honey.
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